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In I Am Not a Serial Killer, we watched a budding sociopath break every rule he had to save his town from evil. In Mr. Monster, we held our breath as he fought madly with himself, struggling to stay in control. Now John Cleaver has mastered his twisted talents and embraced his role as a killer of killers. I Don't Want to Kill You brings his story to a thundering climax of suspicion, mayhem, and death.
It's time to punish the guilty. And in a town full of secrets, everyone is guilty of something.
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By Lisa on 01-19-13
LOVED IT... but is this the last?
This is a beautiful, emotional, turtourous, funny, sad, and everything in between book. This book has it ALL. The narration was flawless and made the book just so much more than if you read the book itself. I think I felt every emotion possible during this book.
This is not my normal genre but this has it all from humor, mystery, suspense, romance, & paranormal... Really, this is a book for anyone, it tugs at your heart.
I'm not quite sure though if this is a trilogy and it ends here or if there are more to come. There was a finality to some aspects of the story but then others were left open for more to come. I really hope there is more, I would love to see John grow, not just age wise but emotionally too. We saw a lot of emotional growth in this book but... He is just 16.
As you can read, I LOVE this series, and yes, I would absolutely recommend this book to everyone! Well done both Dan and Kirby.
**FIRST BOOK IS READ BY DIFF NARRATOR AND IT TAKES PATIENCE TO LISTEN TO IT BUT IF YOU DO, YOU GET A GREAT STORY WITH A MEH PERFORMANCE, BUT YOU ARE ALSO REWARDED WITH STELLAR PERFORMANCES FOR BOOKS 2 & 3**
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By Colten on 05-06-12
Any additional comments?
I heard about Dan Wells from Writing Excuses, the podcast he is a part of that gives advice to struggling authors. I tried "I Am Not a Serial Killer" and was pleased by his writing, but I didn't much care for the reader. However, "Mr. Monster" and this book are awesome both because the reader has been changed, and because the stories continue to get better and better.
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